This week, senior features and analysis writer Rebecca Cooney and editor Emily Burt discuss what a return to the office might look like for charities when coronavirus restrictions are lifted later on this year.
Many organisations will be contemplating how to return to the office, or indeed if to return to the office, if the government's roadmap continues as planned.
Emily and Rebecca examine Third Sector columnist Zoe Amar's thoughts about the opportunities charities have to change their working practices for the better following the pandemic and what news editor Andy Ricketts found when he looked into this issue after lockdown eased last year.
Later Rebecca and Emily they share their coronavirus care package - good news stories from the sector this week.
This week the list includes:
The Torquay museum Bygones, which has bought an uneaten 1924 Easter egg.
- The news that Facebook and Instagram's Donate function has raised more than $5bn since it was launched five years ago.
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